Facts & Myths about Testosterone Replacement Therapy!

If you are diagnosed with a low level of testosterone and planning to undergo testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), there are plenty of myths and facts that are associated with the therapy. It offers lots of benefits and risks too.

Here is what you need to know before you start TRT:

Can TRT Make you Feel More Energetic?

Fatigue is one of the main side-effects of low testosterone levels. If you have an abnormally low T, boosting your testosterone levels with TRT can definitely help you bring your energy levels back to normal.

Can it restore your Sex Drive?

One of the effects that low t-levels can have on you is a low sex drive. There are many ED drugs like Silagra that can help you to cure your erection problems. But if the erection problem remains persistent, it is in your best interest to visit a doctor to bring your low level of testosterone. It can definitely restore your lost sex-drive as well.

You may also see a drop in your body fat, while you will gain muscle mass after TRT.

Are there any Risks Involve in Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

Just like any other therapy or surgery, TRT comes with few side-effects, although it has many more benefits. Here is a list of side-effects:

  • Increased risk of blood clots
  • Shrinkage of the testicles
  • Larger breasts
  • Increased risk of heart attack and stroke
  • Lower sperm count, which can cause infertility
  • Acne and oily skin

In What Conditions One Should Avoid Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

If you have prostate cancer, one should avoid undergoing testosterone replacement therapy. According to a study, men who have undergone successful treatment for prostate cancer are also potential candidates for TRT. Before starting TRT, your doctor should assess your risk for prostate cancer.

You might be told by a doctor not to get TRT if you have these conditions, which may be made worse by TRT:

  1. Severe congestive heart failure
  2. Above-normal red blood cell counts
  3. Obstructive sleep apnea
  4. Severe lower urinary tract symptoms, such as urinary frequency and urgency, associated with an enlarged prostate, or BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia).

Can TRT Help You In The Treatment of Erectile Dysfunction?

If you are feeling reduced sexual drive due to low testosterone, then TRT may help you restore the ability to have healthy erections and it can also boost your libido. But ED has many other possible causes. Low testosterone may not be the whole story behind your ED. Talk to your doctor to determine what’s at the root of your erection problems.

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